Dr. Michael Bruno talks to MPR News about technologies for oil spill cleanup
Bruno discussed the technology behind oil cleanup
HOBOKEN, N.J. - Dr. Michael S. Bruno, Dean of Stevens’ Schaefer School of Engineering and Science, was a guest on Minnesota Public Radio’s Midmorning program on May 3. In light of the recent Deepwater Horizon drilling rig that caught fire and sank in the Gulf of Mexico, Bruno discussed the technology behind oil cleanup and whether it will make a dent in this environmental disaster.
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Bruno discusses oil spill cleanup
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